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at the top winners and great performances. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle and frank. i can tell you it was a great night when it comes to music. now, let's talk real quick about that memo that went out from the grammys. it seems like people who are participating got that show memo not to dress too revealing or show any body parts so it was subdued. there were surprising wins and some phenomenal performances. >> reporter: the grammys lived up to its reputation for being unpredictable when mumford & sons took home the album of the year. >> we figured we weren't going to win anything because the black keys have been sweeping up all day and deservedly so. >> reporter: dan auerbach of the black keys took home four trophies including producer of the year and three in the rock categories. fun made a splash this year, as well. the trio won two grammys including best new artist and song of the year.
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>> and the grammy goes to, "we are young." >> she said we and we were like could this be us? do you remember? >> yeah, we are -- >> it still could have been we are never getting back together. >> reporter: gotye took home three grammys, but it was harder to tell if he was more excited about the statues or the fact thattist idol prince presented for his record of the year. >> a little bit lost for words. to receive an award from a man standing behind us here with the cane, many years listening to his music growing up a big reason i was inspired to make music. thank you. >> reporter: the trophies sure are nice but it's usually the performances that the fans remember the most. ♪ [ music ]♪ taylor swift got things started with a mad hatter rendition of her hit single, we are never getting back together. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> reporter: and what better way to make a comeback, justin timberlake used the industry as
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biggest stage to relaunch his music career. and the good times carried on after the show. the grammys official after party was at the adjacent l.a. convention center. and for that one, they transformed it with a theme of an indian "bollywood" party, with belly dancers, gymnasts and good times. >> and a great show here on cbs, too. tell us about some of the interesting collaborations that were on stage. they grew up together some bands you probably wouldn't have seen. >> reporter: there were interesting duos here. for example, you had alicia keys performing with maroon 5. she picked up the drumsticks. she was drumming. she started singing her girl on fire song which is quite catchy and epic and also you know you had bruno mars sting and rihanna doing a tribute to bob marley and other groups singing
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together. interesting collaborations. but this is the music industry's biggest night of the year so it was great to see that all out there. >> it was great. i think the tribute to bob marley was my favorite performance of the night. all right. teresa garcia live in los angeles, thank you. and we're going to check in with liam mayclem live from l.a. a 6:45. find complete coverage of the grammys on that's one reason why i love watching the grammys to see what everyone is wearing. >> i caught the first 45 minutes and went to bed. lawrence forgot all of about it here on cbs. >> now i can check it out on the website in my own time and i'm fully refreshed and ready to go. >> that's good. i'm not. [ laughter ] >> around the bay area today, it is a cold start to the morning outside. skies are clear but we are seeing that frost show up in the valleys once again as we have high pressure overhead and looking good out over the bay right now. the temperatures getting chilly again in spots. freezing now in livermore.
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just below freezing in santa rosa at 31. 37 in san jose and 48 degrees in san francisco. high pressure the dominant feature here. it will stick around the better part of the weekend just a huge dome again building in along the west coast and sending any chance of rainfall well to the north so we're staying dry. temperatures around seasonal for this time of year usually in the 50s and 60s a every give or take a few degrees it will be right about that by the afternoon. we have much warmer days ahead. we'll talk about that coming up. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> we have some good sized delays now over at the bay bridge. we have word from a kcbs phone force member that there is a stall on the upper deck. they are working to clear it now but it is blocking one lane in the center anchorage portion of the upper deck so this is what it's doing behind the pay gates. so far those middle fastrak lanes are still getting by okay because they have not activated the metering lights yet but i have a feeling that will change any minute so in the meantime the outer cash lanes are backing up beyond the first overcrossing. elsewhere to our maps now, and it is pretty slow-and-go especially on highway 4. check out that stretch from a street
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toward lone tree way. also kind of sluggish if you're heading towards the richmond/san rafael bridge. they have a little bit of late running roadwork on westbound 580 approaching the toll plaza. so we are checking to see the number of lanes blocked. it was supposed to wrap up that overnight roadwork by 5:00 this morning but again we are still hearing there may be some lanes blocked. elsewhere bart running about 48 trains so far all on time. and a quick check outside again here's a live look at the nimitz 880 near 66. it looks okay past the oakland coliseum. they are working to clear what sounds like a large boulder. that's what we are getting word from chp northbound 880 approaching fifth. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. a manhunt continues in southern california for the ex- lapd officer who allegedly killed three people. a citing in northridge was a false alarm. it's been eight days since police say christopher dorner killed two people.
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the grammys were or high alert. officials announced a $1 million award. it comes after the search winds down around big bear for the former l.a. cop. the lapd is re-opening the circumstances of his firing. >> if he was to give up, we would be glad to listen to what he has to say. >> dorner claims he was fired for reporting a fellow officer for excessive force. the last clue investigators have of dorner as whereabouts was thursday when they found his burned-out pickup truck near the big bear mountain resort. the man suspected of killing a 13-year-old suisun city girl is due in court wednesday. anthony lamar jones of fairfield was ahe is ared friday. he is suspected of killing genelle conway allen who was found a week earlier in fairfield's allan witt park. restraining order documents obtained by the fairfield daily republic suggest jones had grown increasingly violent in the days before the murder. in the documents jones's
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estranged wife described a recent incident in which they were together in a car. she says lamar jones said, i don't want to scare you, i have a knife and gun and don't want to die alone. she jumped out of the moving car. the restraining order was issued february1, the day conway allen's body was found. texas governor rick perry is here in california trying to lure away businesses while' high-profile tech company is setting up shop in the silicon valley. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is down in sunnyvale where go daddy is about to open an office there. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the building is right behind me and as opens its first building here in the bay area, texas governor rick perry is going to be trying to lure california businesses to the lone star state. this follows an ad launched last week that says texas is wide open for business. >> building a business is
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tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. >> reporter: texas governor rick perry is in california and what he wants is for businesses to either set up branches in texas or move there altogether. he is doing this as californians face record high taxes. in texas, there's no income tax and more lean why aren't labor and environmental laws. california has also one of the highest unemployment rates in the country at 9.8%. perry hopes that companies will move to texas for example like facebook and ebay even though they are headquartered here in the bay area, they have opened campuses in texas. chevron has also moved 800 jobs to houston. despite the ad and this swing through california, governor brown does not seem to be too worried about perry's visit. >> should i liken it to when you stand by the ocean? no. it's a big nothing. a lot of these texans that come here they don't go back.
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>> reporter: despite the taxes, california is still home to numerous homes to fortune 500 companies and businesses keep setting up shop here. is known for outrageous commercials during the super bowl and nascar driver danica patrick. they are opening their first office here in sunnyvale in the silicon valley because they want to be here in the tech hub. governor perry will visit san francisco, the silicon valley and also los angeles and he will be in the state through wednesday. in sunnyvale, elissa harrington kpix 5. thank you. time now 6:11. a corvette sails off a bay area cliff sending two people to the hospital. what a witness saw just before the crash. >> schools cancelled and tens of thousands still without power. the east coast trying to dig out from the big weekend monster blizzard.
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saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. a trucker tells us the sports car was going up the hill on mount hamilton road and tried to a corvette went over a cliff. a sports car was going up the hill on mount hamilton road and tried to overcorrect nearly missing a head-on collision. witnesses found the convertible buried in the brush. chp sent in a chopper from napa to rescue the driver, who has head injuries. and specialized rescue crews from the san jose fire department were called in to fix ropes and extricate the driver all while battling some difficulties. >> access problems, steepness, injuries to the patient, getting him out of the car at that level. >> it took about two hours to bring the driver to the road's surface. he was then flown to a trauma center. as for the corvette, its windshield is crushed on the driver's side. it took several hours to lift
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that up out of the ravine. looks like the driver is going to be okay. >> that's good to hear. 6:15 right now. let's check the roads here in the bay area with elizabeth. >> okay, thanks, guys. it's monday, back to work for a lot of folks and so far, things are looking okay at the san mateo bridge. pretty much moving at the limit. but our usual spots we start to see slower conditions are starting slow especially in the east bay so again this spot looks pretty good. elsewhere, westbound 580, that is one of our slower spots coming through the altamont pass into livermore. drive time in fact from the altamont pass to the dublin interchange about a half hour right now. and this is the commute direction of westbound 580 eastbound by the way looking good. no major incidents there. we just learned they did wrap up finally that overnight roadwork across the richmond/san rafael bridge. for a while, there was some late-running roadwork on westbound 580 approaching the toll plaza. several lanes were blocked. they were doing some roadwork overnight. anyway, it's all gone now. westbound 4 definitely one of our slower spots. a lot of brake lights past
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those antioch exits from at least a street to lone tree way through pittsburg-bay point everything in the clear. for the silicon valley drive, if this is your commute, westbound 237 so far in the green between 880 and 101. no major delays so far as you head out towards zanker road. and 280 is moving fine through downtown san jose but once again they are going to start to activate the metering lights beginning tomorrow morning for the morning commute. quick check of the bay bridge. so far no metering lights. kind of surprised. they cleared the stall from the upper deck approaching the center anchorage but so far it looks like it's just the outer cash lanes backing up. middle lanes fastrak so far, so good toward the bay bridge toll plaza. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." lawrence, the big question for you is: any mock turtlenecks for the next seven days. >> i can't see it happening yet no major storms on the horizon. cold temperatures, dress warmly especially in the morning hours, a little frosty to begin again today if you are stepping outside. we have mostly clear skies all
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the way to the coastline. but as we head toward the afternoon, we'll find sunshine even toward the beaches. temperatures going to be cooler there. but really right around seasonal for this time of year. then a warming trend is going to kick in. this huge ridge of high pressure will dominate our weather all week. we'll see an offshore wind by the end of the week so dry and mild as the storms will head well to the north over the top of this ridge keeping us dry for some time to come. so enjoy the weather. can change in a bit. looks like sunshine will be here and the central valley. 64 sacramento. 60 degrees in fresno. 39 in lake tahoe. i think as you head around the bay today we'll find temperatures in the low 60s in the south bay, 62 in san jose, 59 in pacifica. and east bay temperatures running into the 60s inside the bay temperatures in the 50s and 60s this afternoon. so looks like a nice afternoon. temperatures a little cool approaching the coastline. but we should begin to warm up newsily. by the end of the week, no rain in sight, but we could see some
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of those temperatures heading near 70 degrees as we get into thursday and friday and the weekend is looking super too, how about that? >> i like it. >> 70 degrees? >> almost. >> getting close. >> february? we'll take it. >> like to see some rain but we'll take what we can get. >> no, we'll take the sun. the governor of mississippi plans to tour tornado damaged parts of the magnolia state today. this is a look at amateur video of the twister as it made its way through the college town of hattiesburg yesterday. it caused some damage in three counties but there are no reports of major injuries. police there declared a state of emergency and asked all students not on campus to stay away from the university for the time being. in the northeast, nearly 150,000 homes and businesses remain without power after that massive snowstorm over the weekend. most of them are in massachusetts. >> the power went out and the man said, well, if they could get here, it's an easy fix. >> some areas were pelted with
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more than 3 feet of snow. 15 deaths are linked to the storm in northeastern u.s. and eastern canada. crews are still clearing the roads and in some of the hardest-hit areas, schools and many workplaces remain closed today. federal aviation authorities are investigating a real-life tragedy on a reality show near l.a. a helicopter crashed outside of acton sunday morning killing three people on board. they were all taking part in a new military-style show for the discovery channel when that accident happened. it's 6:19 right now. we are continuing to follow breaking news on the pope's resignation. cate caugiran will be live with bay area reaction. >> plus, one of the hottest rising stars in golf faces off with a bay area rookie. who came out on top at pebble over the weekend coming up. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> and that's elton john and ed sharon one of the biggest collaborations at the grammys last night. we have more highlights from music's biggest night coming up.
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starting out with patchy frost around the bay area. skies are mostly clear. temperatures in the 30s and 50s. we'll have more coming up. monday morning commute bay bridge toll plaza starting to get busy there. we had an earlier stall on the upper deck. we'll have much more "timesaver traffic" coming up. >> thank you. brandt snedeker is the winner of the pebble beach golf tournament. >> yeah. the leaders at the start of play yesterday were bay area rookie james hahn and snedeker the world's six round player. early afternoon on the second hole snedeker nailed and approach sank the putt for eagle. hahn settled for birdie.
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snedeker just continued to roll all afternoon with accurate putts and went on for the big win. later he talked about his performance with our dennis o'donnell. >> you got off to just a great start, seemed to be the key for you. >> yes. first six holes at pebble you need to make a good start. i played them four or five under getting off to a good lead and solid golf from there and won the stake today and that was on number 9 i three puttedded and besides that i played great golf. >> great round. the winner fired a 7-under 65. he went up to world number 4 with his victory. three-way tie for third place between stadler, walker and james hahn the former cal golfer firing a 2-under 70 in the final round. play of the day college hoops. we got james sutherland out of syracuse, check out the no-look pass on the run here to teammate brandon, who will finish the big dunk not looking a little toss and bam.
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nice. >> the orange beat s johns 77- 58 under the carrier dome. 37 is now 37 straight games at home. great pass. stealing california businesses. the major bay area push by texas governor rick perry. >> and it was music's biggest night in l.a. who took home all the hardware at last night's grammys. >> and breaking news from the vatican. pope benedict xvi says he is resigning and is the first pontiff to do so in 600 years. we'll tell you why this comes as a surprise.
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kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. >> [ pope speaking latin ] >> stunning news from the vatican. pope benedict xvi is resigning. >> it's the first time a pope
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has resigned in nearly 600 years. >> his health. the last pope to freely resign was in the 13th century. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> stars and surprises on music's biggest night of the year. >> no bare breasts, no thongs, no see-through clothing but apparently, not everyone got the memo. >> as you can see, i read the memo. >> more than 200,000 people are still without power in the northeast after a winter storm dumped up to three feet of snow this weekend. >> a million-dollar reward for an ex-lapd cop on a rampage. >> help us to find dorner before he kills again. >> head on with you? >> it could have been but i was lucky. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "eyewitness news this morning." captions by: caption colorado >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's monday, february 11. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. 6:30 now on this monday and some breaking news this morning
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from the vatican. >> pope benedict xvi says he will resign at the end of the month. and these are live pictures right now from the vatican. benedict is the first pontiff to step down in nearly 600 years. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a mass here at st. mary's cathedral is about to start in about 15 minutes. undoubtedly parishioners will hear the news for the first time. pope benedict made the announcement this morning that he will step down from his position as head of the catholic church effective at the end of the month. benedict said he is just too weak to continue on so he made the decision to resign. sociology professor anthony [ indiscernible ] catholic university spoke with cbs radio this morning. >> it is a surprise but on the other hand in the past pope benedict has indicated that if he did not have the strength to exercise the ministry as is
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needed, that he might step down. so he did leave some indications that if he felt in the situation that he seems to be in now that he would take this course of action. >> reporter: now, born joseph ratzinger the german became pope in april 2005 when the cardinals elected him to succeed pope john paul ii. this decision means that the catholic church will be without a pope for a period of time until the cardinals can select a new successor. live in san francisco, cate caugiran, kpix 5. a manhunt continues in southern california for the ex- lapd officer they say has already killed three people. a reported sighting in northridge was a false alarm. it's now been eight days since police say christopher dorner killed his first two victims. lapd was on high alert for the grammys. los angeles officials announced a $1 million reward and it cops as the search for the former officer winds down in the
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mountains east of l.a. meantime, l.a.'s police chief has reopened an investigation into the circumstances of dorner's firing. >> if he was to give himself up, we would be glad to listen to what he has to say. >> dorner claims he was fired for reporting a fellow officer for excessive force. the last clue investigators have of dorner's whereabouts was thursday when they found his burned pickup truck near a mountain resort. >> one man was killed another one injured when a gunman opened fire in a santa clara county neighborhood. sheriff's deputies found the dead man on rhonda drive in the cambrian neighborhood about 4:00 yesterday afternoon. around the same time another man showed up at good samaritan hospital with a gunshot wound from that same address. that man is expected to be okay. palo alto police released this sketch of an armed robbery suspect described as a black male in his late 20s to early 30s about 5'8" with a thin build. the suspect robbed a man at gunpoint on saturday in a carport of an apartment complex
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near the west bayshore road. the detectives also are investigating some possible links to another armed robbery that happened back in january. the police commission in san francisco will hold its final hearing on tasers this evening. the pilot program would arm 100 officers with tasers as a nonlethal alternative to reduce gun use. critics are concerned about the taser's safety. meeting is tonight at 6:00 at the bayview opera house. another look at traffic and weather. a little frost on the windshield this morning, it was cold. >> over the weekend, you know, some ice forming all around the bay area and looks like we'll see more of that. we'll see frost and cold temperatures but warmer weather ahead as high pressure is going to start to build in. outside now, beautiful beginning to the day. hardly any clouds in the sky out over the bay right now. and the temperatures cold if you are heading out. you have seen some of the frost over the weekend more of that this morning down to 31 degrees below freezing in santa rosa. 37 degrees in san jose. and 46 degrees a little milder
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into san francisco. a huge dome of high pressure though sending any chance of rain to the north so we'll keep it dry for the foreseeable future. temperatures average this time of year low 60s into the south bay, san jose at 62 degrees today. it should be 61 in and the john, 62 walnut creek. 61 in antioch. 61 in san francisco. more on your weather coming up. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> it's just your usual backup right now unfortunately if you are heading towards the bay bridge toll plaza. they turned the metering lights on around 6:15 this morning. so it's stacking up towards about the foot of the maze. elsewhere, to our other live traffic cameras, we have them all over the bay area. here's one up and down the nimitz. 880 as you pass through oakland. pretty close to the hegenberger exit where they are doing a widening project. they are adding a carpool lane so crews have been hard at work in the overnight hours. they have been blocking lanes on southbound 880 from hegenberger towards san leandro. by the way it is wrapped up for
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the morning. elsewhere, to our maps, beginning tomorrow those new metering lights are going to be activated on northbound 280 through downtown san jose so it could get congested especially on that ramp from the guadalupe parkway to northbound 280. that's tomorrow morning 6 to 10 a.m. milpitas drive so far, so good westbound 237 towards sunnyvale. no delay. bart good to go. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. late night for some last night. the best in the music business picked up trophies as the grammys were handedout in los angeles. >> the big honor of the night, album of the year presented by adele to fellow british musics mumford & sons. . >> we are grateful for all of this country and the grammy foundation for being so welcoming to us and our music. >> they had a great performance
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last night, too. they also won best long form music video. and other top winners are gotye, his somebody that i used to know was record of the year. very catchy song. and the song of the year is we are young by fun. fun is also the best new artist. and we are going to check in with liam mayclem live from l.a. in 10 minutes and remember, you can find complete coverage of the grammy winners, performances and all the fashion on our website, the governor of texas is in california this week trying to convince businesses that the lone star state is a better place to set up shop. go daddy is opening new facilities in sunnyvale at their citycenter. and kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is live there to show us that silicon valley can still attract. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank. yeah. that building right behind me this is where with open today and also in california is texas governor
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rick perry trying to lure california companies to the lone star state. in fact, texas officials also launched a 30-second ad. here's part of it. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. >> reporter: part of that ad also says texas is wide open for business. now, what's happening is that texas officials want california companies to think that texas is better for business, trying to lure them there. governor perry hopes high california taxes will push business owners to leave. in the accident there is no state income tax and more lenient labor and environmental laws. some bay area headquartered companies like facebook and ebay have campuses in texas and chevron moved 800 jobs to texas. >> governor brown isn't concerned about perry's visit. >> a lot of these texans that
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come here, they don't go back. who would want to spend, you know, their summers in 110- degree heat inside some kind of a fossil fueled air- conditioner? not a smart way to go. >> reporter: is opening its first silicon valley office. the website hosting company is known for its racy ads that air during the super bowl. this year, there was a pretty memorable makeout scene with supermodel barah fellly. danica patrick, a nascar driver, is a spokeswoman for the company. in sunnyvale 40 people will work at the new branch. godaddy is based in arizona. despite california taxes they came to the tech hub. in sunnyvale, elissa harrington kpix 5. thank you. time now 6:39. testing new technology. the new gadget apple is rumored to be working on. >> plus, what dress code who
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ignored the dress code at the grammys coming up. >> coming up we'll get an update on the markets from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks.
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are you ready for sunshine? >> especially because you have good news. >> i wish i could bring rain. it's dried out since january. >> our audience is okay with the sun. >> there are a lot of folks that are very okay with the sunshine. you're going to get a lot of sun. by the end of the week some temperatures near 70. it's going to be something else. outside a cold start to the day a little patchy frost around the valleys early on this morning but toward the afternoon plenty of sunshine
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and temperatures seasonal for this time of year. a warming trend on the horizon. some numbers near 70 in the latter part of the week. huge dome of high pressure sending the jet stream well to the north. that means all the storms continue to track in that direction. we are going to keep things nice and dry and rather mild for this weekend week ahead. we'll see an offshore wind latter part of the week. nice and clear not so across the rest of the country. we are looking at showers into houston snow could cause problems into denver, more snow in chicago and rain on top of the snow could cause problems in new york. around the bay today, temperatures in the 60s and the south bay. low 60s in many of the valleys, as well. mostly sunny skies, temperatures 61 in san francisco, 59 cool in daly city, 63 in santa rosa.
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next couple of days may cool temperatures down. >> not a raindrop in sight. >> no accidents or hot spots. any accidents are quickly cleared to the right-hand shoulder. so we are seeing congestion unfortunately so you are going to get stuck in a bit of a backup if you are traveling westbound 580. a few brake lights anyway and some of these speed sensors are below 25 miles per hour as you make your way westbound towards vasco road. drive time 40 minutes through the dublin interchange. we have a camera approaching tassajara. headlights difficult to see but it's slow from our sensors as well as you head out towards the dublin interchange. and then things pick up. closer towards the castro valley why. a lot of brake lights in the
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antioch stretch. things look good farther west towards pittsburg into the concord area. live look at the golden gate. picture-perfect this morning. headlights towards the pay gates of the golden gate coming into san francisco. looks okay right now on westbound 237. i wouldn't be surprised if this drive time turns to yellow here very shortly though. usually right around this i am too of the morning we start to see a little bit of slowing coming around the bend from 880 out towards zanker road. so again your heaviest drive time now that altamont pass commute to livermore and coming through the eastshore freeway. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. today dell is pushing the advantages of its plans to go private. here's now kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks on a monday. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. founder michael dell along with silverlake partners out of menlo park trying to take dell private in a $24.4 billion deal. on friday one of the company's major shareholders called that deal rotten, urged fellow shareholders to not vote in
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favor of it as a result, dell filling a new claim filing a new regulatory claiming saying that it is the best interests for the company to move forward on this deal. it still has a chance to sell it for an even bigger price but most analysts think it would be tough to find anyone willing to pay more than $24 billion for the company. the next big thing for microsoft may not be an apple tv but an i-watch. they say that's what apple is working on, a new computer that would simply fit to your wrist. it would have to have a bendable skin to work. also tesla reporting its earnings after the closing bell today. let's see how the market is doing to start off. right now, the dow down 41. nasdaq is dropping 5. s&p lower by 2. tesla shares down 2% right after the open and apple shares are up by 1%. back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks. top musicians got honors at
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the grammys last night and kpix 5 reporter liam mayclem is with us again from los angeles. and liam, you projected to tell us about all the after parties. >> you know what? so many after parties. here's my after party all access pass that got me to my favorite club bed. i recommend it. but all the talk last night was all about the fashion. this year something new a memo about a dress code from cbs. no bare breasts, no thongs, no see-through clothing. but not everyone got the memo. >> as you can see, i read the memo. >> reporter: from j-lo's leg in a dress split all the way up to there to katy perry's cleavage, there was plenty of skin shown tonight at the grammys both on stage and off. >> beautiful and one of the first dresses i put on and i said like that's the one. >> reporter: the new cbs policy warned against showing too much skin on music's big night. but for some, this is the grammys not the oscars.
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>> the way you disarm audiences is by imagining them naked. >> reporter: many celebs didn't get the memo or, if they did, they did what rock stars do best, trashed it. dead mouse with his fiancee censored his own hat covering up the "s" word with tape. >> bums me out. >> reporter: i'm happy to say i did not break the dress code policy. neither did bonnie raitt. music legend, we call her one of our own because she lives in the bay area. she won an award yesterday for her album, americana, picking up her 10th grammy. she said she was inspired by the redwoods in northern california while making the record. next up, grammy number 15 for mtt, michael tilton thomas, at the san francisco symphony bringing home grammy gold one more time. another one of our own was
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remembered at this the 55th grammys, the late great dave brubeck, born in concord, and he played with sf jazz so many times the academy took five for dave brew bic at the big night. there was a big football star colin kaepernick. you know him, you love him. he was at a couple of grammy parties, surprised people knew who he was. he came for "a" listers. he got an elister, cathy griffin. but it could have been worse. i got to hang out with a favorite band the trio from new york city, fun. they won a couple of grammys last night. finally, to give a little love to kerry underwood another grammy winne one of the women who came out winning strong wearing a $30 million necklace. >> i love it. that's what i love about watching the grammys for the
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performances and fashion even. they looked good even though some didn't follow the memo. >> reporter: a lot of talk was about the memo. listen, the rock and roll awards, the grammys, everyone dresses more edgy than any other awards ceremony so risque things are bound to happen but at the end of the night it was about the music. that's why people were here. the music was great. it crossed boundaries and generations and everyone had a rocking time. the 55th grammys did not disappoint. >> i hope colin kaepernick actually got to hobnob with someone else besides cathy griffin. >> reporter: oh, really? well, you know, i hope so. no, i hope he did, frank. he was actually talking to the press a lot at the clive davis party. if you see him when he plays games and he comes on the field, he always has his headphones on, you know, and when they are going off on training but he was here to party because as you know, in a week from now, 49ers are back in training so he is enjoying a little time off. but i do know he partied more than me here at the grammys this weekend.
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>> he probably went to bed last night. he looked good, too with a powder blue suit on. >> he deserves it. kpix 5 reporter liam mayclem live in los angeles, thank you. and time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> norah o'donnell joins us from new york with the latest on that. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, frank and michelle. pope benedict stunned the world today announcing he will resign at the end of the month. so we are going to take you to vatican city. we'll also hear from one of the men who will choose the next pope. new york cardinal timothy dolan. the news is back in the morning and today there's a lot of it. >> thank you, norah o'donnell. "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. right now, we continue to follow that breaking news norah just chatted about as the pope is stepping down. more on this historic move and reaction from bay area parishioners coming up right after the break.
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pope benedict the sixteenth says he will resign at the end of the month. these are live pictures from the vatican. benedict is the breaking news. pope benedict xvi will resign at the end of the month. these are live pictures right now from the vatican. benedict is the first pontiff to step down in nearly 600 years. and kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco. good morning, cate. >> reporter: good morning to you, both. mass is being said here at st. mary's cathedral and parishioners we spoke to had mixed feelings about the pope's news this morning. now, benedict made the announcement that he will step down from his position as head of the catholic church effective at the end of the month. benedict says he is not strong enough to carry out his duties
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as pope. we spoke with parishioners who say with lent two days away, they wish that he could have held off this announcement. >> you know, it takes strength to go on, stay on. >> reporter: now, born joseph ratzinger, the german became pope in april 2005 when the cardinals selected him to succeed pope john paul ii. the cardinals hope to select the new successor by march. reporting live from san francisco, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> thank you. it's 6:57. let's get a last check of traffic and weather. >> cold out there. patchy frost in the bay area. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. by the afternoon sunshine to the coastline a little cool toward the beaches only in the upper 50s but you will find 60s elsewhere. and the next couple of days something else. tell you what some of these temperatures by the end of the week near 70 degrees as we get into thursday and friday and
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the weekend looking good too, elizabeth. >> what's going to happen to your mock turtleneck? >> we have to get the storm track back! [ laughter ] over at the bay bridge, it's busy, one of our only busy spots backed up into the macarthur maze. metering lights were turned on 45 minutes ago. but i got to say it's been a quiet morning commute as far as incidents go. and checking conditions right now across the san mateo bridge, we have the right side of your screen showing the commute direction of westbound 92. and it's again just kind of your usual stuff here about 15 or 16 minutes is the drive time out of hayward towards foster city and the high-rise. also seeing slower conditions westbound 580 through the altamont pass and highway 4 in antioch. mass transit by the way all so far on time. >> for a monday, okay. >> not too bad. >> thanks. firecrackers and lots of food signified the chinese new year. 2013 the year of the snake. san francisco's chinatown families also handed out their traditional red envelopes full of money to kids according to chinese astrology those born in the year of the snake said to
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be intelligent, quick thinking, dishonest and prone to show off. >> i'm the year of the snake. >> are you? [ laughter ] >> awww. >> i believe you. you are honest. [ laughter ] >> well, this is a first. a bird gone wild at the minor league hockey game has become a big internet sensation. >> check it out. this is queen victoria, the condor with her wrangler. she was at the condors game in bakersfield friday night and wanted to take off. the wrangler trying to get her. she proved to be slippery and so does the ice. ouch! the bird bounces around the rink eventually getting into the condor's penalty box. and then making a run for the locker room. look at the players. these are tough hockey players and they are afraid of a condor. >> i'd be running, too. >> no kidding. >> out of the way. >> too funny. thanks for watching, folks. your next local updates is at 7:25. >> "cbs this morning" is coming up next. we are going to leave you with some of the memorable
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performances from th grammys. have a great day. ♪ [ music ]♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, february 11th, 2013. welcome to "cbs this morning." stunning news from the vatican. pope benedict xvi is resipinggning at the end of the month. alan pisy is in roamme with
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details. mumford was the word at last night's grammys, and california's lieutenant governor gavin newsom is here. he'll tell you why he wants to reinvent government by going digital. >> we begin with today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> i just always admired him as a scholar, as a priest as a holy man. and now my admiration for him is even higher. breaking news pope benedict xvi set to step down. >> this is due to the state of his health. >> a bombshell greeting 1 billion catholics around the world. he'll step down on february 28th. the last pope to freely resign was in the 13th century. at least 15 tornadoes were reported in alabama and mississippi. >> a huge twister ripping through hattiesburg. at least a dozen people were hurt. >> i've lived here my whole life. this is surreal. more than 20,000 people still without power after the


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